For many people Namibia is equated with the Himba, or the sanddunes of maybe the German occupation. But there is more to say about the history of Namibia. One of the people who wrote about the history of this country is Mari Serebrov. When in 1998 Mari heard the story of the Herero / Name … Continue reading the tale of jahohora told
Schools need books, because students need books. This rings true for The Gambia as well. The Rotary Club of the capital city Banjul has donated over 40,000 books to schools. These books are not paid for by the Banjul Rotary, but are a gift from citizens in the United States of America and Canada.
I assume all of you who read my weblog have a collection of books at home, maybe 15 books, maybe 100 books, maybe 1000 books. Bennie Bunsee, from South Africa, who recently passed away, had a few more books. Read this article on him by Keabetswe Magano.
Please note: this book with this title has been published ten years ago. This question is still relevant. President Robert (uncle Bob) Mugabe is still on his throne. People have been running around his throne, hoping to dethrone him, but he still sits and he continues to sit. The books starts with the elections in … Continue reading Review WHAT HAPPENS AFTER MUGABE?